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The deadline to apply to the PharmD program for September 2015 admission has now passed. If you submitted your application by the January 9, 2015 deadline, you may access and update your personal information from the online application page at http://applicant.phm.utoronto.ca/. If you did not submit an application by the deadline date, you will be able to apply for admission to the PharmD program in the fall of 2015 for September 2016 admission.
Welcome to the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto. Thank you for your interest in our Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program. The PharmD program at U of T replaces the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy program, and provides graduates with all of the knowledge and skills required to become licensed pharmacists.
As Canada’s leading pharmacy educator and pharmaceutical sciences research centre, our goal is to develop the healthcare leaders of tomorrow. As a result, students in the PharmD program are pushed to excel through a combination of coursework, laboratory instruction and hands-on learning, and experiential rotations in community, hospital, and other healthcare settings.
Together, the skills, knowledge, and experience acquired through the four years of this demanding program prepare our graduates to become successful front-line healthcare practitioners and leaders in the healthcare field.
As Canada’s most trusted health professionals, pharmacists occupy a special place in the community and in the healthcare system. To be successful in this multifaceted role, individuals must be outgoing, hardworking, and possess strong critical-reasoning and problem-solving skills.
To learn more about applying to our PharmD program, please click on the links below.
The Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) Program
Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT)
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